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June
Essentials of Children's Literature - Carol Lynch-Brown, Carl M. Tomlinson, Kathy Gnagey ShortClear, concise, direct narrative that combines lists, examples, figures, and tables with prose make this brief, affordable, straightforward book the perfect guide to sharing literature with children in the classroom. Written by a well-respected author team, this resource is ideal for pre-service and in-service teachers alike, and much appreciated for its wealth of hands-on suggestions and ideas. Selective, up-to-date lists of recommended books are conveniently organized by sub-genre; multicultural and international children's literature is integrated throughout; and an up-dated color insert
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June
Synthesis and Technique in Inorganic Chemistry - Robert J. AngeliciThis laboratory manual introduces students to modern synthetic and instrumental techniques currently used in inorganic chemistry. The third edition has been updated to reflect developments in the field, providing greater emphasis on applications related to biochemistry and materials science.
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June
Wild Geese (New Canadian Library) - Martha Ostenso, David ArnasonWild Geese caused a sensation when it was first published in 1925. To a generation bred on sentimental escapist literature, the idea of a heroine as wild as a bronco and as fiery as a tigress was nothing short of revolutionary. In the character of Judith Gare, Martha Ostenso had painted so naked and uncompromising a portrait of human passion and need that it crossed all bounds of propriety and convention. Today, Wild Geese is widely recognized as a milestone in the development of modern realist fiction. Set on the windswept prairies, it is a story of love and tyranny, of destruction and survival,
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June
An Anthology of Canadian Literature in English - Russell Brown, Donna BennettThis annotated text for Canadian literature courses is the third abridged and revised edition of our popular two-volume Anthology of Canadian Literature in English. The collection provides basic texts, and makes connections between them, offering a context for the study not only of individual writers but of the literary culture of English Canada from the eighteenth century to the present. The book contains updated selections from poets and fiction writers previously included, as well as selections by writers new to the anthology-from early figures such as Oliver Goldsmith and Nellie McClung to